, the educational background, even the race in cases of the people visiting the site. and i guess they don't want people to sort of understand who's coming to that site. so they want to -- i think they want to see that information for themselves first and then maybe let it out publicly. gerri: that's not the way most of silicon valley works. it's interesting to see what they're choosing to do here. chris, thanks for coming on. appreciate it. good to see you. >> sure thing, it was a pleasure. gerri: thank you. and a programming note more you, this monday we're going to be doing into call-in show, two of them, in fact, 6 and 9 p.m. eastern time on monday. now, we're going to answer your questions from e-mail, twitter, facebook, and we're going to take your phone calls. you see the number right there? again, that's monday night at 6 and 9 p.m. your calls, your comments, your questions, we want to hear from you. we know this is the biggest consumer story of at least the last year, probably longer. and when we come back, kathleen sebelius hasn't lost her job, but one obamacare call center worker has.